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Refereed Articles in Journals

G.R. Brown & T.W. Fawcett (2005): Sexual selection: copycat mating in birds. Current Biology 15, R626-R628. pdf

M.A. Cooper, I.S. Bernstein & C.K. Hemelrijk (2005): Reconciliation and relationship quality in Assamese Macaques (Macaca assamensis). Amer. J. Primatology 65, 269-282. pdf

P. Edelaar, R.E. Phillips & P. Knops (2005): Sexually dimorphic body plumage in juvenile Crossbills. Wilson Bull. 117, 390-393. pdf

A.P. Grootjans, H. Hunneman, H. Verkiel & J. van Andel (2005): Long-term effects of drainage on species richness of a fen meadow at different spatial scales. Basic and Applied Ecology 6, 185-193. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk & H. Kunz (2005): Density distribution and size sorting in fish schools: an individual-based model. Behav. Ecol. 16, 178-187. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk & J. Wantia (2005): Individual variation by self-organisation. Neurosci. Biobehav. Reviews 29, 125-136. pdf

C.K. Hemelrijk, J. Wantia & L. Gygax (2005): The construction of dominance order: comparing performance of five methods using an individual-based model. Behaviour 142, 1043-1064. pdf

R.D. Martin, M. Genoud & C.K. Hemelrijk (2005): Problems of allometric scaling analysis: examples from mammalian reproductive biology. J. Exp. Biol. 208, 1731-1747. pdf

K. Meijer, I. Pen & L.W. Beukeboom (2005): How smart are Nasonia wasps? Limits to the sex allocation response of superparasitizing females. Proc. Neth. Entomol. Soc. Meet. 16, 17-25.

I. Pen & G. Kerth (2005): Mate choice: female relatives share sexual partners in bats. Current Biology 15, R927-R929. pdf

I. Pen & P.D. Taylor (2005): Modeling information exchange in the queen-worker conflict over sex allocation. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B 272, 2403-2408. pdf

A. Qvarnström, N. Svedin, C. Wiley, T. Veen & L. Gustafsson (2005): Cross-fostering reveals seasonal changes in the relative fitness of two competing species of flycatchers. Biology Letters 1, 1-4. pdf

D.M. Shuker, I. Pen, A.B. Duncan, S.E. Reece & S.A. West (2005): Sex ratios under asymmetrical local mate competition. I. Theory and a test with parasitoid wasps. Am. Nat. 166, 301-316. pdf

W.K. Vahl, T. Lok, J. van der Meer, T. Piersman & F.J. Weissing (2005): Spatial clumping of food and social dominance affect interference competition among ruddy turnstones. Behav. Ecol. 16, 834-844. pdf

W.K. Vahl, J. van der Meer, F.J. Weissing, D. van Dullemen & T. Piersma (2005): The mechanisms of interference competition: two experiments on foraging waders. Behav. Ecol. 16, 845-855. pdf

Books & Book Chapters

L. Corporael, D.S. Wilson, C.K. Hemelrijk & K.M. Sheldon (2005): Small groups from an evolutionary perspective. In: M.S. Poole & A.B. Hollingshead (eds): Theories of Small Groups, pp. 369-396. Sage Publications.

C.K. Hemelrijk (ed.) (2005): Self-organisation and Evolution of Social Systems. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.

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